|wvy||Da Topping - reply|
Thank you, BJ, I will withdraw photo request now. I knew that name didn't sound right, but thought the stone was unclear. winnie
Added by wvy on May 06, 2015 9:02 AM
I see the grave of my Great-grandfather Henry C. Anderson. Can you tell me who all is buried in the Anderson plots?
Added by patty broussard on May 03, 2015 6:05 AM
|Agnes Marek||Esther Devereaux|
Thank you. Her Devereaux step - children will be happy to learn the story of her life. They remember her fondly.
Added by Agnes Marek on May 01, 2015 10:31 AM
|Leslie Rankin||Your Lyons emails|
Yes I have a source.
Added by Leslie Rankin on Apr 30, 2015 7:02 AM
|Rob Watson||Oscar A Watson|
Thanks for updating the memorial for Oscar Watson at Oak Ridge, and for adding his Obituary.
Added by Rob Watson on Apr 28, 2015 9:39 AM
|Carrie T||RE: Infant Vandagrift Photo Request|
Thank you very much for the quick response to my request. Your statement makes perfect sense. Thank you very much for your email.
Added by Carrie T on Apr 27, 2015 9:34 PM
|Emma Simmons||W. Arniscant|
I will need to do further information on this soldier to find his accurate name. I will delete or make changes after I verify who he is.
Added by Emma Simmons on Apr 27, 2015 11:45 AM
|Nancy Simonds Wolski||Photo of Memorial 134556366|
Thank you so much for providing the photo of the headstone of Ruth E. Mittler Hahn. May I use it on my ancestry.com tree and credit you for it?
Thanks for your work on Find A Grave!
Nancy Simonds Wolski
Added by Nancy Simonds Wolski on Apr 25, 2015 2:55 PM
|Walt||Anna Cary memorial|
Hi BjJ, my memorial has been deleted. Thanks for the info on a duplicate memorial. I checked with Cary as the spelling but none was listed, so I went ahead. I have had great success with my searching in the old ISJ papers. Have a great weekend, Walt
Added by Walt on Apr 25, 2015 11:59 AM
|AvA powell||RE: Abigail Wright|
I appreciate your compassion for relatives .It must be a comfort to you to help so much .
Added by AvA powell on Apr 22, 2015 6:18 PM
|HarneyFamilyResearch||Nora Whitehead Harney|
I check my source and it was Oakwood Cemetery, not Oak Ridge. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. It is now corrected.
Added by HarneyFamilyResearch on Apr 21, 2015 3:33 PM
|Linda ||RE: Belle Decker #24041254 photo request|
She's not my Isabelle "Belle" Decker. Thanks for the information. I'll delete my request.
Added by Linda on Apr 21, 2015 5:56 AM
|AvA powell||RE: Abigail Wright|
I don't understand what you mean ,she is my 3rd great grand mother what is it that is not within the guidelines of find a grave .
Added by AvA powell on Apr 19, 2015 11:28 PM
|Bruce Cantrall||RE: Cantrall photo request|
Hi, Thanks for your help. I may have to send off for the death record from the clerks office to be sure. It does seem reasonable that this is M. E. Cantrall. If this was Marion E. Cantrall (originally spelled Cantrill, and then usually Cantrall), he would have been closer to 65 than 75 and his son was named George Cantrall and George had already moved away to Wisconsin. We are not sure when Marion E. Cantrall was born but 75 would be a little young for his mom to have him. Marion E. Cantrall owned a saloon and a grocery store according to the Springfield City Directory and also "Clerks at Justice Keedy's office - 923 E Mason". He also lived at 912 Miller. --- Cantrill, M E - Saloon 7th and Madison - Babeuf's 1881-1882 Springfield, Illinois Directory ------ Cantrall, M E - 1879 Springfield City Directory - Clerks at Justice Keedy's office - 923 E Mason. ----- Cantrall, Marion E - 1894 Springfield City Directory - Also Cantrall, George A - 308 N 2nd (George lived with is dad Marion E Cantrall) By 1898 neither one was in the city directory but George did show up soon after. 1902 Cantrall George A, lab, res 918 e Reynolds. M. E. could easily have been a driver as part of the many jobs he seems to have done. Thanks. How did you find that record? Bruce Cantrall, Green Bay, WI
Added by Bruce Cantrall on Apr 19, 2015 6:52 PM
|glenn kinter||Henry Kinter|
Are you a relative? I am a Kinter and am trying to locate a ggg uncle Henry Kinter. Any info on your Henry. The birthday date fits. Thank you Glenn
Added by glenn kinter on Apr 18, 2015 11:34 AM
|AvA powell||Abigail Wright|
Hi I was wondering if you would be kind enough to transfer Abigail Wright # 23681616 grave to me .She is my 3rd GreatGrand Mother on my Mother's side Wright .Thank you so much for your hard work ,an thank you for caring. Ava Powell
Added by AvA powell on Apr 16, 2015 10:06 AM
|Russ M||Speckart Photo|
Thanks so much for the photo of Sister Speckart, I have been looking for her for quit a while. And thank you so very much for her obit. There was only a small obit in the Highland German paper which I can not read. Again thanks so much for your help. Would you be able to help me with another person from the Springfield area?
Added by Russ M on Apr 14, 2015 4:38 PM
|bill buhrman||Otto Heinrichs|
Thank You for your interest in Otto, Corrected spelling- He died (1973 In Springfield, was married to my Aunt Helen Ione Wells (1907-1986)
Otto graduate from Grinnel and was a native of Storm Lake,Iowa. Owned Commercial Finance Co. Thanks Again. Would appreciate photo of graves if you Have time.
Added by bill buhrman on Apr 13, 2015 11:53 AM
|Michael J. Von Gebel||Anna Jones/ Strother Jones|
If you want I would be happy to put something on Anna's memorial that would cover it I believe. Just to clarify I double checked my records, Strother divorced Lucy Newton, Nov., 1850 in Sangamon Co., IL. She married a second time to Ferdinand Meeker. If you want maybe a brief statement to the affect: "While we are not sure that Anna Gable and Strother G. Jones were ever formally married, their romantic liaison produced one daughter Katherine. Evidence to the relationship is found in numerous Springfield Directories listing Anna as the widow of Strother. Also in 1883 Katherine marries W. J. Corcoran in Decatur, Illinois and lists Strother G. Jones as her father on her marriage license. Katherine is not mentioned in her father's 1901 obituary which leads us to believe all events concerning Strother, Anna and Katherine occurred outside the vows of holy matrimony."
Added by Michael J. Von Gebel on Apr 12, 2015 8:12 PM
|Michael J. Von Gebel||Anna Jones linked to Strother|
Anna had a daughter out of wedlock between his first marriage to Lucy Newton whom he divorced in 1852 and his marriage to Lucy Cass. On his illegitimate daughter's marriage license she states her father is Strother G. Jones. Also in many of the street directories Anna Jones, widow of Strother. Problem was he wasn't dead. She took the Jones name as her legal name even though I like you have never found a marriage for her or a divorce. I did not put this on the memorial as this whole affair has been upsetting to the other Strother descendants. There was a book being done on Strother when the lady doing some research on the family bumped into the guy that was to write the book I guess after she told him about the divorce and the illegitimate child, the book was cancelled. She told me the guy was really upset. Hope this finds you well and hope this clarified the situation.
Added by Michael J. Von Gebel on Apr 11, 2015 9:40 PM
|Mary(Coggin)Russell||RE: Epler Mills|
Great! Love it!
Added by Mary(Coggin)Russell on Apr 11, 2015 4:21 PM
I added the much improved photo of him in his uniform.
Added by Mary(Coggin)Russell on Apr 11, 2015 8:48 AM
|Cindy Brooks||Richard Sterling Brooks|
Thanks so much for adding my uncle's gravestone picture to his page.
Added by Cindy Brooks on Apr 08, 2015 5:12 PM
|Elaine B.||Byers Family|
Thank you so much for all the updates on the Byers Family this week! I know it will help many people.
Added by Elaine B. on Apr 08, 2015 7:06 AM
|Jan||Jane Brokaw Roll|
I thank you for sending the obituary for Jane...I have added it to her memorial. You work at Find A Grave is greatly appreciated...
Added by Jan on Apr 07, 2015 5:20 PM